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Re: Re: houseplants


 Snake plants are near impossible to kill. But their appearance is not to
everyone's taste. I think they are very interesting.
What kind of spider plants do you have? Have you seen the ones that are curly?
I think they are really cool looking.

SueNY

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: gardenqueen@academicplanet.com
  To: gardenchat@hort.net
  Sent: Sunday, June 27, 2004 4:30 PM
  Subject: [CHAT] Re: houseplants


  I don't have Sue's talent for indoor gardening, so I stick w/ snake
  plants, spider plants, aloe, Christmas cactus and I do have one African
  violet that Jesse gave me that I haven't managed to kill yet, I'm happy
  to say. Dakota - I'm in East Texas.


  Pam Evans
  Kemp, TX
  zone 8A
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: SueNY
  Sent: 6/27/2004 1:34:31 PM
  To: gardenchat@hort.net
  Subject: Re: [CHAT] Shouldn't it > houseplants

  > Ferns need high humidity...unless you have a humidifer in your house they
are
  > unlikely to survive there. I would suggest Cacti, Succulents, and hardy
plants
  > like Pothos and Wandering Jew. What are the lighting conditions in your
house?
  > Most houseplants need medium to bright light but not direct sunlight.
Hope
  > this helps. :-)
  >
  > SueNY
  >   ----- Original Message -----
  >   From: "Dakota" <Dakota@hisword.com>
  >   To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
  >   Sent: Sunday, June 27, 2004 8:54 AM
  >   Subject: [CHAT] Shouldn't it be this way?
  >
  >
  >   >
  >   > Does anyone know about house plants that are easy to keep? I've tried
  >   > many times to have a Boston fern, but they never survive. LOL! We
have
  >   > low humidity here, but they didn't even survive in CA. My orange
  >   > honeysuckle is blooming!! When we bought this land last year, there
were
  >   > no flowers at all, except wildflowers. The previous owners only
planted
  >   > one pine tree, one globe willow, two pecan trees, and one apricot
tree.
  >   > There's a row of some type of bamboo looking growth in one area, too.
  >   > Makes a good wind block. Our new cottonwood tree seems to be doing
the
  >   > best right now. Does anyone else here live in AZ, NM or TX?
  >   >
  >   >
  >   > God bless,
  >   > Dakota
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